Monthly Archives: June 2012


Wednesday, June 20th – the longest day in the year – Report

By |2012-06-20T17:39:54+00:00June 20th, 2012|News|

Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at it's destination full of hope. Maya Angelou FIRE OVERVIEW Night shift crews reported that the fire burned actively on the west flank. On the southeast flank, crews will work on line construction in the Redstone Canyon area (our canyon). Structure protection [...]

Tuesday 6/19/12 – and NOW for some GOOD news

By |2012-06-19T19:27:40+00:00June 19th, 2012|News|

A fire-line has been established in the northern part of Redstone Canyon. If this holds, our homes in the southern part of the canyon will be safe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The blue circle = position of our home The blue line = position of the fire-line, about 2.5 miles away 

Tuesday – June 19, 2012 – Report

By |2012-06-19T12:36:42+00:00June 19th, 2012|Main Page, News|

While is sounds encouraging to be 50% contained - our area remains close to an active zone on the aggressive edge of this fire. The good news, is that there has been a lot less smoke from inside the original burn areas, and a lot more firefighters and tankers are on the fire. The blow [...]

Monday 6/18/12 – Watch 7 news at 3 pm – Interview

By |2012-06-18T13:35:34+00:00June 18th, 2012|Main Page, News|

Amanda Kost    7NEWS - Multimedia Journalist     KMGH-TV / KZCO-LD Watch 7 news at 3pm today LIVE and listen to the interview with me. Here is what I wrote while Amanda and her camera man, Mike were here. What a joy it is to share The experience with you You who can disseminate Another perspective, Another [...]

A Jolt of Joan for the week of 6/18/12 – High Park Fire

By |2015-02-17T14:58:42+00:00June 18th, 2012|Jolts, News|

Click here to listen to "A Jolt of Joan" "SAFETY?"   Extremely dry, windy conditions stoked the High Park Fire on Sunday, prompting hundreds more evacuation notices and grounding firefighting aircraft for hours. “These are the conditions that kill people — kill firefighters — and we don’t want that,” fire information officer Brett Haberstick said, [...]